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by Cale David Reed

After the terrorist attacks against New York and Washington, President Bush quickly warned that they will be brought to justice. I suppose that sounds reasonable, but consider this: Mr. Bush refers to these attacks as "unprovoked". In fact, he may have used that term more times then he used "fuzzy math" during his election campaign. I beg to differ; these attacks were very much provoked by members of our political system whose interests undermine our own well-being.

Look at Iraq. Millions of Iraqi children have died as a result of a blockade imposed against the nation because of demand by Madeline Albright during the Clinton administration. The United States military has continuously been enforcing the so-called "no-fly zone" over the vast majority of that nation’s interior. When they fail to cooperate with any intrusion on their sovereignty, our nation’s military might is implemented and the bombing of their capital is quickly ordered. As a result of American intrusion, nearly a million Iraqi citizens have died. Is this not state sponsored terrorism by our own government? Is this not provocation?

Perhaps another reason for their contempt, perhaps the most provoking; is American support and backing of the Zionist Occupation State in Palestine. This entity, in itself, is a terrorist state. One notable terrorist group harbored by the Zionists is Mossad, under the guise of being an intelligence agency.

In 1963 two members of this organization were arrested in Switzerland for intimidating a key scientist in the Egyptian missile program. In July of 1973 agents killed a Moroccan waiter in Norway in an attempt to avenge the deaths of several athletes killed at the 1972 Olympic Games. Several of the agents are still serving time in a Norwegian prison for their crimes. More recently, on September 25, 1997, in a failed attempt to assassinate Hamas official Khaled Meshaal in Amman, Jordan, two agents were arrested, however, were later released in exchange for Sheik Ahmed Yassin, a key Hamas leader.

There are more terrorist organizations sponsored by the Zionists: Shin Bet. According to an August 8, 1996 Reuters article, Shin Bet member Ehud Yatom admitted to crushing the skulls of Subhi and Majdi Abu-Jamya with a stone a decade previous. The article states that “Yatom shocked Israel in July by giving the Yedioth Ahronoth newspaper a graphic description of the double murder of two Palestinian bus hijackers 12 years ago…The pair were captured in a 1984 raid on an Israeli bus they and two other Palestinians had hijacked. The other two hijackers were killed in the raid along with an Israeli woman. Shin Bet officials said at the time Subhi and Majdi died in custody of their wounds but an Israeli newspaper published pictures of the two being taken from the scene unhurt. Yatom, however, admitted to the crime, the article goes on to say, "…he killed the hijackers at the instruction of then Shin Bet chief Avraham Shalom and was proud of his actions." The incident forced the resignation of Shalom, but he, Yatom, and others involved were pardoned for their crimes.

Remember the incident involving the death of a Palestinian Boy named Mohammed Al-Durrah? He was shot to death by four rounds from Jewish troops. His father held him, and was shoot as well, and when the ambulance showed up to help, they shot and killed one paramedic, and wounded the other! I suppose they just felt it was good target practice, but I see this as another act of state sponsored terrorism, and in the Zionist Occupation State, this isn’t in the least bit unusual.

The Jews now have a habit of seeking out suspected terrorists without trial and assassinating them. I recall one instance when a suspected Palestinian terrorist was hiding out in a village in the West Bank. Without even giving him the chance to surrender, tanks moved around the village and shelled it to Kingdom Come. Now, some in our own government have suggested the idea of assassination of enemy leaders. Throughout western history, it has generally been unacceptable for governments to go about assassinating individuals. Warring parties treated each other with a certain degree of chivalrous behavior. Until recently that was the tradition. Then the code of proper conduct in war gave way to the code of Jewish supremacy. After the Second World War they rounded up suspected war criminals in Germany, threw a show trial in Nuremberg, and hanged many of them afterwards. Not only was it the leaders and generals that were hanged, but "thought criminals". Alfred Rosenberg and Julius Streicher did not play any major leadership role in Germany, but because they made some not-so-kosher comments about the activities of the Jews prior to the war, they were hanged. Now our government today is contemplating a continuation of that tradition. I have heard comments suggesting ground forces storm into Iraq and assassinate Saddam Hussein and similar comments about other nations and their leaders suspected of housing terrorists. This is an unacceptable way of waging war. This is the Zionists’ way a waging war. If we participate in these kinds of actions, it will only exacerbate the sentiment of more individuals.

Despite the Zionist Occupation State’s continued participation in terrorist activities, our government continues to support the whole-heartedly. By selling aircraft, tanks, and munitions to them, they only encourage their activities. These weapons are used to terrorize Palestinians. They kill innocent civilians and destroy their homes. In that regard, our government has taken an active role in oppressing these people. They have been pushed into a corner and many of them are fighting back.

How can the American public support a terrorist state? There are obviously very powerful lobbyists at work, especially when one considers the attack by the Zionists against our an American warship! During the Six Day War the American Intelligence Ship, U.S.S. Liberty was attacked by Zionist aircraft and motor boats for a period of about 75 minutes. The result was thirty-four dead and 171 wounded. The U.S.S. liberty website says "The attack has been a matter of controversy ever since. Survivors and many key government officials including Secretary of State Dean Rusk and former JCS Chairman Admiral Thomas Moorer say it was no accident. Israel and its supporters insist it was a ‘tragic case of misidentification’ and charge that the survivors are either lying or too emotionally involved to see the truth." The Zionists claim that it was mistaken for the Egyptian Ship El Quseir blaming lack of a flag an situation in a war zone for the attack. This is completely false, the ship was in international waters, and a clean, brand new flag was flown, its now on display at the National Cryptologic Museum, Fort Meade, Maryland. So why was one of our own ships attacked? It appears as if this war crime was intended to cover up another war crime. Historian Gabby Bron wrote about the execution of Egyptian prisoners on the morning of June 8, 1967, in the Sinai town of El Arish. "I watched as one man dug a hole for about 15 minutes," Bron wrote. "Afterwards, the policeman told him to throw the shovel away, and then one of them leveled an Uzi at him and shot two short bursts, each of three or four bullets." Over a thousand Egyptian soldiers were forced to dig their own graves, compelled to their knees and shot. At the time of this event, the Liberty was only thirteen miles away, close enough to see a mosque with the naked eye. Perhaps they were close enough to hear radio messages revealing the crime. The seriousness of a war crime could significantly damage relationships with the United States, so thus conceived was a plan to attack the ship, and then claim it was a mistake afterwards. President Bush wants to wage war on terrorism, so why do we still ally ourselves with the Zionists?

The horrible terrorist attacks against American civilians on four aircraft, in the World Trade Center and the Pentagon are a direct result of current foreign policy. The current policies around the world are overseas efforts that, in turn, intimidate other nations and peoples and incite violence. These policies serve Jewish interests, not American interests. Far too many of our citizens and leaders are afraid to stand up against what is provoking this violence for fear of being called “anti-semitic; after all, they say, how can one raise their voice against “God’s Chosen People”? I am not afraid to speak out. I will be damned if I am to sit here and let my country turn into a police state of fear and chaos simply because of the lack of responsibility of the Jews and their sympathizers. I will not accept that these attacks were unprovoked. Before we go fighting the war of terrorism abroad, we must seek out the root of the problem here at home. If we do not, the problem will only worsen; and how will we fair on Judgment Day if we say we let this problem escalate by doing nothing?


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General Information on U.S.S. Liberty:

Information on the Nuremberg Trials:

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